Shell and the new era of climate risk

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Could polluters soon face stronger action in the courts? | Credit: iStock
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Could polluters soon face stronger action in the courts? | Credit: iStock

As the Dutch court case made clear, society’s expectations of companies are rising even faster than global temperatures

Over the past few years, the term "climate risk" has risen to the fore, taking up residency inside the world's biggest banks and investors. Today, it is part of many companies' toolkit as they seek to...

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